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Möthersky Create a Dystopian Soundscape on ‘Remain In Memory’

New York based post-punk duo Möthersky describe their music— and maybe themselves, as well— as "Dystopian atmospherics," terminology that aptly identifies their Orwellian, dissonant soundscapes. The group's releases…
Megan Bradley / May 12, 2016

Spook School Revel in Nostalgia With ‘Gone Home’

Spook School, natives of Edinburgh, Scotland, made their debut with 2013's full-length Dress Up, then followed that up with 2015 LP Try To Be Hopeful. The…
Megan Bradley / May 10, 2016

Reggae Great Max Romeo Returns to His Roots With ‘Give Thanks To Jehovah’

Legendary roots reggae artist Max Romeo earned his distinguished status via his 1976 LP War Ina Babylon, a politically conscious work recorded with storied backing band…
Megan Bradley / May 3, 2016

Yung Soften Their Angst With ‘The Child’

Danish punk foursome Yung, led by frontman Mikkel Holm Silkjær, have become figureheads of their native country's DIY scene. After releasing two EP's, These Thoughts…
Megan Bradley / May 3, 2016

Miserable Finds Grace in the Profane on ‘Uncontrollable’ LP

Kristina Esfandiari is probably best known as the vocalist of bleak rockers King Woman, as well as being a former member of shoegaze outfit Whirr,…
Megan Bradley / April 28, 2016

Mo Troper Deploys Bitingly Melodic Garage Rock on ‘Beloved’ LP

Portland based rocker Mo Troper has long been active in his city's music scene, lending his singing and songwriting to staple bands like Your Rival.
Megan Bradley / April 26, 2016

Rob Baird Finds New, Folk-Laden Path With ‘Horses’

After releasing his sophomore effort— 2012's I Swear It's the Truth— Memphis-born country crooner Rob Baird recently found himself lacking inspiration in his native Tennessee.
Megan Bradley / April 21, 2016

Views From the Sidewalk: The 6 God Smiles on Drake’s Pop-Up Shop

When Drake calls, his fans come running — literally. On my way to the rapper's Lower East Side pop-up shop yesterday, I almost got trampled on…
Megan Bradley / April 19, 2016

Gland Create Visceral, Fun Punk With ‘Neurotica’ LP

Gland, an all-female punk trio hailing from New Orleans, channel the visceral character of their home city with exhilarating rawness. The group made their debut with…
Megan Bradley / April 19, 2016

Go South, Young Man: How Philly Rapper Lil Uzi Vert Won Over Atlanta

We’re 15 minutes into Lil Uzi Vert’s set at Philadelphia's Theater of the Living Arts, and one of the rapper’s onstage entourage-members has just doused…
Megan Bradley / April 18, 2016

Magic Potion Find Soft Punk Nirvana With ‘Cola Boyys’

Magic Potion, the Stockholm four-piece, made their debut with last year's Melt EP, four tracks of driving, melodic jamming. After taking the year to record in…
Megan Bradley / April 14, 2016

Supermoon Conjure Light and Dark With ‘Witching Hour’

Supermoon, a Vancouver-based four piece incorporating members from local bands Movieland and Pups, strike the endlessly delicate balance between ebullient surf-pop and foreboding punk. 2015's Comet…
Megan Bradley / April 12, 2016

PC Worship Induces Vertigo in Black-and-White ‘Done’ Video

Punk collective PC Worship — frontman Justin Frye with a rotating cast of musicians — closed out 2015 with a groaning bang on Basement Hysteria, a four-track EP they…
Megan Bradley / March 31, 2016

Cross Record Reflect From an Isolated Expanse in ‘Lemon’ Video

Cross Record, made up of husband-and-wife duo Emily Cross and Dan Duszynski, imbue their music with the quiet energy of their chosen locale — Dripping…
Megan Bradley / March 29, 2016

JMR Develops Raw Ephemerality on ‘Ritual’ EP

JMR — a.k.a. Joshua Michael Robinson — has cited an array of early inspirations including Radiohead and Ray LaMontagne. These somewhat musical lodestars come through in equal parts…
Megan Bradley / March 24, 2016

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